As the stage is set for the big no-confidence motion debate tomorrow, we raise these questions-- will no-trust motion set stage for 2024? Is the opposition justified to call govt anti-democratic? BJP narrative: 'disunited' oppn vs strong BJP? Is BJP seeking opposition-mukt Bharat? Watch as panelists debate.
In a big relief for Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, the Supreme Court stayed his conviction in a 2019 defamation case over his Modi surname remarks.
Days after clashes broke out in Nuh, India Today has accessed the FIR filed by the police in connection with the communal clashes. According to the FIR, an 800-strong mob, shouted pro-Pak slogans and attacked Nuh yatra.
A day after clashes erupted between two groups during a VHP's procession in Haryana's Nuh district, now a mob today set afire a restaurant and vandalised shops in Gurugram's Badshahpur.
The Supreme Court today rapped centre and state govt stating the Manipur crimes and violence against women in other states cannot be compared.
The Union Home Ministry is in touch with both the Meitei and Kuki groups and talks are in an advanced stage to restore normalcy in Manipur.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi counters the opposition's INDIA alliance with the 'quit INDIA' jibe and says the opposition renaming itself will not erase past misdeeds, we raise these questions on the show: Has the PM set the terms for 2024 duel?
The Congress and the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) submitted notices seeking a no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on the Manipur issue.
With each passing day, as more and more reports of assaults on women in violence-hit Manipur come to light, we raise these questions on the show: Are women the most affected by the violence? Will the perpetrators get away? Will women leaders speak out in one voice? Watch as panelists share their views.
In this episode of News Today, watch the story of BJP MLA Vungzagin Valte, who was tortured and left to die in Manipur.
Amid growing outrage over violence in Manipur, activists led by the All India Students' Association and the Krantikari Yuva Sangathan gathered at Jantar Mantar in Delhi, demanding Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh's resignation and an end to the violence.